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Indonesia aims to plug skills shortage in booming tech sector

14 Feb 2020

JAKARTA An Indonesian government plan to allow start-ups to hire foreign staff more easily could help plug a shortage of skills in the country's booming sector, said a tech entrepreneur, though the idea is likely to face resistance from unions.

Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected

11 Feb 2020

JAKARTA/BOGOR, Indonesia, Feb 11 Indonesia is not hiding anything over the coronavirus, the health minister said on Tuesday, after some medical researchers expressed concern that cases may have gone undetected in the world's fourth most populous country.

Anti-China sentiment spreads along with coronavirus

30 Jan 2020

JAKARTA/HANOI The coronavirus outbreak has stoked a wave of anti-China sentiment around the globe, from shops barring entry to Chinese tourists, online vitriol mocking the country's exotic meat trade and surprise health checks on foreign workers.

Anti-China sentiment spreads abroad along with coronavirus

30 Jan 2020

JAKARTA/HANOI The coronavirus outbreak has stoked a wave of anti-China sentiment around the globe, from shops barring entry to Chinese tourists, online vitriol mocking the country's exotic meat trade and surprise health checks on foreign workers.

Anti-China sentiment spreads abroad along with coronavirus

30 Jan 2020

JAKARTA/HANOI, Jan 30 The coronavirus outbreak has stoked a wave of anti-China sentiment around the globe, from shops barring entry to Chinese tourists, online vitriol mocking the country's exotic meat trade and surprise health checks on foreign workers.

Indonesia's forestry ministry ends WWF partnership over fire row

29 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Indonesia's environment and forestry ministry said on Wednesday it ended a 25-year conservation agreement with the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) because the group let a forest where it operated burn.

Indonesia's 'minority within a minority' celebrate Lunar New Year

25 Jan 2020

JAKARTA As he does every year, ethnic Chinese Indonesian Purnama celebrated Lunar New Year on Saturday at a dinner with his extended family of more than 50 in Jakarta where they exchanged traditional red envelopes containing money.

Indonesia rights body condemns LGBT raids ordered by mayor after UK rape case

14 Jan 2020

JAKARTA Indonesia's human rights commission on Tuesday condemned plans by a mayor to launch raids targeting the LGBT community in his city after a local man was convicted in Britain of sexually assaulting 48 men.

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